On Sep 22, 1:13*pm, ngrTerry <n...@newsgroup> wrote:
> I want to be able to write xml/html code from my application to then
> display into the webbrowser control in my application without having
> to save the details to a fila and then load it into the browser.
> Can this be done directly from code by passing a string with the page
> contents instead of passing a file to the url.
> The problem is that this application will run on users PC's which
> have *been locked down so secure that not even cookies can be saved...
> let alone temporary files to the hard drive...
> So my only means of doing this is to write to a html output window and
> format my code as I pass it over.
> Any suggestions, tips and pointers would be very welcome indeed.
> Many Thanks in advance.
webBrowserCtrl.DocumentText = "<html><body>Test</body></html>";